R/CSSJs Celebrating Vatican II – 50 yrs later

AUSTRALIA – Recently Sister Anne Derwin shared her reflection on the Second Vatican Council at a WATAC conference. During this address Anne spoke of her experience of talking with Sisters of Saint Joseph who took their first vows 50 years ago – January 1962. With enthusiasm and with a 50 year perspective, she recalls living through the council and its reception. Read more…

USA – Sister Mary Peter McGinty, CSJ, Ph.D. shares reflections on Vatican II fifty years later. After completing her studies in theology under Bernard Cooke at Marquette University, and teaching systematic theology for five years at the major seminary in Mundelein, Ill., she joined the theology faculty at Loyola University Chicago for thirty-five years. Now, as Professor Emerita, she serves as theology teacher and consultant, especially as called upon by the congregation. Read more….


Chapelle St Michel

International Centre

LE PUY – With great joy and welcome, we the staff of the Centre International Saint Joseph invite you to come to our global Congregation’s home away from home. During the year 2012-2013 the following opportunities are offered as we live “that all may be one.” 2012-2013 Programs  For news of recent programs and pilgrimages, see: Newsletter


Sr. Laura Professes Final Vows

ROCHESTER, NY – Sister Laura Bishop professed her final vows of poverty, chastity and obedience as a Sister of St. Joseph in a ceremony Sept. 1 at St. Monica Church in Rochester. In addition to her, two other women are in stages of initial profession with the congregation in Rochester. Read more….


RSJ to lead Canon Law Society of Australia and New Zealand

AUSTRALIA Sister Maria Casey rsj has been elected as the new President of the Canon Law Society of Australia and New Zealand during the Society’s recent conference from 10-13 September in Auckland, New Zealand. She also has the distinction of being the first woman to hold this role. Read more…


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